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shifting search. this morning the hunt for two convicted killers is focused on a small town 30 miles from the maximum security prison the inmates escaped from. the texas police officer cause on camera in a violent confrontation with unarmed teenagers is out. resigning as the controversy heats up. >> our policies, our training our practice do not support his actions. suitcase squeeze. a trade group recommends airlines use smaller carry-on travel bags when they fly. >> here he comes. >> and lebron james turns in another clutch performance in the nba finals scoring 40
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points as cleveland closes in on its first ever basketball championship. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday june 10th 2015. good morning. i'm good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning the manhunt on the two killers who escaped from a new york prison is concentrated in a small town about 30 miles away. they're searching the small town of willsboro and the woods. townspeople have been warned via twitter to take precaution please lock houses and cars overnight, they tweet, and as don champion reports the townspeople are paying
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attentin. >> reporter: she keeps her door shut. >> they're going to go in someone's house and someone's going to get hurt. >> reporter: tons of officers zee krenlded on the community by busloads. they searched woods and railroad tracks. >> small town like this being so far from there, you don't think about it. >> reporter: it's about 30 miles from the clinton correctional facility where they say prisoners used power tools to break free. rich worked at the prison as an engineer for 35 years. >> everything's counted at tendhe end of the day, if there's one tool misplaced the shop is locked and no one news. >> reporter: they say the inventory has shown so far nothing missing.
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don champion cbs news willsboro, new york. they plan to improve the training for those fighting against isis. the possibility, setting up new training camps but not sending u.s. forces into combat. the options include putting as many as 1,000 more american trainers in iraq training sunni tribesmen directly. up till now, the iraqis have trained these sunnis and sealing the main border crossing from turkey into iraq to cut off the flow of fighters . a potential trial is set for dennis hastert. he's pleaded not guilt to violating key banking laws and lying the fbi. the indictment claims he paid hush money to cover up the misconduct. >> dennis hastert left a federal
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court in chicago tuesday after pleading not guilty to all counts in a hush money scandal. the former speaker is accused of violating banking law and lying to the fbi. sources tell cbs news he used cash to buy someone's silence about his misconduct when he was a high school and senior wrestling coach. here the coverup created the crime. >> reportr: attorneys for both sides have until thursday to see if the judge recused himself. he previously donated money to hastert's campaign. hastert could fatz 10 years in prison and a $500 fine. the white police officer videotaped pushing a black girl to the ground at a texas pool party resigned. officer eric casebolt had been put on administrative relief. the mckinney police chief called his actions indefensible.
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>> reporter: adrian martin final has a reason to file. he had his charges dropped and he learned the officer who arrested him has turned in his resignation resignation. only one snerns i hooesh resign from my commission with the mckinney police department. >> the actions of casebolt as seen on the video at the disturbance at the mckinney pool are in defensible. >> reporter: defense attorney chris schulte says he was going echbd up getting terminated. he pulled his weapon on martin. >> honestly i was thinking this is it i'm going to get shot. >> reporter: but it was the video of the alleged man handling of a 13-year-old is
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what caused it. >> that untrains the fact about somebody else coming in. it doesn't stop anybody from filing criminal charges. >> reporter: in mckinney, texas, jchlt j.d. miles, cbs news. rice was shot and killed last night outside a recreation center. he was holding a pellet gun. they filed an affidavit asking that there is probable charge to arrest the officers. >> we believe the officers caused the death of tamir rice in deeds which were unconscionable, reprehensible, and, yes, criminal. >> prosecutors say when they're done with their investigation evidence will be submitted to
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the grand jury. three jurors in a colorado jury trial are dismissed. james holmes has pleaded not guilty. the jurors were dismissed because they might have violated orders not to talk about the case. around undercover nypd detective is facing criminal time. they found them guilty of lesser charges. in 2013 a group of bikers attacked an suv, pulled the driver out of the vehicle, and beat him in front of his wife and toddler. he faces up to seven years behind bars. well, coming up on the "morning news" now, a possible downsizing for carry-on luggage, plus on the trail of hackers response for leaking nude
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home from class. this morning washington, d.c. police and federal agents are trying to figure out who made bomb threats against the white house and capitol. they were interrupted tuesday and poured out of the room. a secret sweep turned up no bombs. and investigators may be zeroing in on who's responsible for last year's leak of nude celebrity photos. newly released documents show federal agents raided a chicago home in october. they seized computers inside but have made no arrests. devices in the home reportedly hacked into over 500 icloud accounts. among celebrity victims whose photos were made public action tress jennifer lawrence and model kate upton. on the "cbs moneywatch," you may soon be forced to carry new
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carry-on and a new meaning to the phrase pizza. good morning. if you ever had anxiety with carry-on bags you may appreciate this story. the carry-on allowed is -- the iata is proposing carry-ons be 21 1/2 x 13 1/2 x 7 1/2. the idea is to free up space in overhead bins. it's not binding and so far airlines have not signed on. here on wall street the dow jones dropped 2 point, the s&p gained about 1 point, and the nasdaq lost 7 points. the job less in 2015 in the u.s. jumped. the open jobs in april jumped 5.2% to 5.4 million.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. lebron james is doing all he can to deliver a championship to the city of cleveland for the first time in more than 50 years. james comes up with another huge performance in game three of the nba finals. he scores 40 points and hands out eight assists in front of the cleveland faithful. cleveland takes golden state, 96-91. james credited cleveland fans for their support during all the games. >> we just tried to give it all back to them for 48 minutes. as loud as they were, they need to go home now and start soaking up a lot of tea, drinking a lot
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of tea for the next 36 hours or whatever they need to be because they need to be just as loud thursday night. i need you guys to keep those voices right. >> they lead two games to one and game four is thursday night. and while the bay area basketball team had a down night, one of its baseball teams gets a historic performance from a first year pitcher. san francisco giants rookie chris heston silences the mets. he strikes out ten batters and holding them through 8 2/3 innings. the only thing standing between a 27-year-old and a no-hitter is rubin taha ta. heston didn't issue any walks but he missed out on a perfect game because he hit three batters. that's something that's never happened in a major league
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the roundup continues this morning for pigs who were set loose on an ohio highway.
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volunteers joined police to comb woods. hundreds were set free sunday night when a semi carried more than 2,000 piglets flipped. authorities plan to set traps today. this morning a service dog is being hailed for his dedication. he put himself in harm's way to protect his owner from danger in a town in new york city. we're shown this inspiring animal. >> reporter: the injured service dog limps along and still manage a tail wag after literally throwing himself in front of a bus monday on main street and brewster. the 8-year-old golden retriever is the companion and guide of audrey stone, a legally blind resident here who knows something special. >> i thank him and i thank i gogod
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i have him. it's covered with the animal's fur stripped from its right front leg. >> it was very heartbreaking. >> amazingly the dog didn't yelp in pain but calmly struggled to stay with his mistress. >> you can't touch an injured dog because they're aggressive. not this dug. >> the dog was taken to a local vet who says figo's behavior is remarkable even for a service animal. >> whether he did that consciously or unconsciously, but it's pretty amazing. >> this is audrey stone's third service dog. she's been fond of them all but this one is providing extra insensitive for her to get past her hospital treatment and get on her feet. >> want to get home to my dog. a 102-year-old woman is celebrating a victory over the nazis. she became the oldest recipient of a doctorate tuesday.
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. hundreds of law enforcement officers have converged on a small town in upstate new york to search for two murderers who escaped from prison. residents reported seeing two member walking through town monday night before heading into the it was. they have been missing since saturday. and the u.s. is considering plans to send more troops to iraq to train iraqi troops who have struggled in their fight against isis militants. up to a thousand new troops could be sent and new training bases built. secretary of state john kerry is on the mend after his bicycle act. he tweeted himself. his right leg is propped up and
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he's on phone. kerry writes quote, feeling good after surgery. good chats with ambassador rice and the state department senior team. the work continues. well a car company in britain is trying to make it safer for bikers on the road at night. it's testing a new kind of paint that glows. jonathan vigbig lee oty reports. some drivers don't pay attention. >> they still cut me off and call me names. >> reporter: a new prokt aims to keep the two at a safe distance. light paint is a clear mist that reflects headlights when sprayed on clothes or a bike. they're being tested. >> i've got to get it. i'm really tiny so it's hard enough to be seen anyway. >> reporter: it's an unlikely product if its developer volvo
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but a carmaker says it's a way to make roads safer. >> there's 19,000 in the uk alone each year. it's shocking. >> reporter: the payment is even visible with the lightest amount of light. it was created to help with roadside risks. volvo saw a potential. >> you can use it on back packs. >> they say light paint could light up american roads later this year. jonathan vig lee oty cbs news, london. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the push to shrink the size of your carry-on luggage. kris van cleave has details. plus poison ivy is in full bloom. we'll talk with an ailer jit about ways to treat exposure. and we'll meet a 10-year-old girl who's trying to save the
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bees through homemade lemon achltd that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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"eyewitness news" starts with some breaking news a car hits a man crossing roosevelt boulevard and keeps going, we will bring you up to dayton his condition and search for the driver. good morning it is wednesday, june 10th i'm quarter von tiehl. aim in a to shall a brown in for ukee washington. also this morning close to a month after amtrak tragedy the federal investigators planned to reveal what they have learn about the deadly derailment. delivery driver is murdered on the job this morning police continue to search for his killer more on those stories coming up. we are in the beginning of the heat wave. >> it appears it is feeling that way. good yes. >> today actually guys turned out to be a nice day. it is a break between the steaminess and wet weather we have had to deal with but yeah there could be easily a heat wave it


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